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Best and most protective case for the iPhone 4?


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Griffin Tech has a case, I think it's called the Survivor that is supposed to be similar to the Otterbox. Never seen one though.
I have the griffin survivor case for my iphone 4 in the green, the only draw back is when I want to take a picture, I have to hold the camera flap out of the way. Other than that, it is a good case.
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The best protection for the iPhone is responsibility. Get the bumper and be careful with the phone at all times.

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The best protection for the iPhone is responsibility. Get the bumper and be careful with the phone at all times.

I suppose this is true, but I'm a cyclist, mountain biker, hiker, backpacker, and haul photo gear all over the place. I still need to carry my phone. I use a lifeproof case, it works exactly as advertised.

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Another +1 for the Lifeproof case
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Man, wish I had seen that Lifeproof case before today. Buddy gave me his iPhone 4 so I'm back in the iPhone game after having dealt with a 6 year old flip phone for more than a month, because I smashed my EVO.. I ordered the Griffin the other day and should get it today from Amazon. $20 though, so can't complain, and I have the Griffin for our iPad2 which I love.

Still, that Lifeproof case seems so svelt!

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And the coming soon iPad version looks just as good

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The only thing wrong with the Lifeproof case is. It makes your $700 phone look like a 99 cent kids toy. But besides that it is an awesome case.
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I have to say i really do love my otterbox and it has kept my phone safe so many times, but i have been eyeing these iPhone Case-Mate Tank cases and been keeping my eye out to see if i can get my hands on one....anyone have any experience with these?
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